Selected Speaking Engagements

The Role of Internet Standards in Public Policy: Emerging from the Shadows?, invited lecture, The Fletcher School at Tufts University, Nov. 2021.

Emerging Technologies and Innovation, presentation, Organization of American States Symposium, Sept. 2021.

Internet Engineering Task Force, guest lecture, Technical University of Berlin Institute for Technology and Management, June 2021.

Open Source and Standardization, panel presentation, OpenForum Europe Lounge, Feb. 2021.

Internet Fragmentation – Is Digital Sovereignty the Problem or the Solution?, panel presentation, Internet Governance Forum (IGF), Nov. 2020.

NATO Interoperability Workshop, panel presentation organized by the NATO Innovation Unit, Jul. 2020.

Let’s Go Virtual, panel discussion about the future of events in the Internet industry, jointly organized by RIPE NCC and LINX, Jun. 2020

Open Source, the IETF, and You, keynote talk, Netdev: The Technical Conference on Linux Networking, Feb. 2019.

Internet Mega-Trends’ Impact on the Internet’s Architecture, panel presentation, Internet Governance Forum (IGF), Nov. 2018.

Measurement and Specs to Support Net Neutrality Enforcement, panel presentation, Internet Governance Forum (IGF), Nov. 2018.

Internet Engineering Task Force and 5G Standardization, plenary presentation, 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) Technical Specification Groups plenary meeting, June 2017.

Resurrecting Privacy in the Cloud: A Privacy Engineering Implementation, panel presentation, RSA Conference, Feb. 2017.

Towards a Robust and Secure IoT, panel presentation, Conference on Security and Privacy for the Internet of Things, Princeton University Center for Information Technology Policy, Oct. 2016.

Privatizing the Internet Assigned Number Authority, testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Communications and Technology, Mar. 2016.

BEREC Net Neutrality Workshop: Technical Perspective, presentation and panel, Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) workshop on net neutrality, Feb. 2016.

Standards Update & Directions, panel presentation, WebRTC Expo, Jun. 2014.

Hardening the Internet, plenary moderator, IETF technical plenary featuring Bruce Schneier, Nov. 2013.

How Competition Drives Discrimination: An Analysis of Broadband Traffic Management in the UK, research talk, Research Conference on Communication, Information, and Internet Policy (TPRC), Aug. 2013.

Explaining Divergent Broadband Traffic Management Strategies in the UK and the US, invited talk, University of Colorado Boulder Interdisciplinary Telecommunications Program, Aug. 2012.

Privacy Implications of Mobile Computing, panel presentation, Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Exploring Privacy Roundtable, Jan. 2010.

From a Series of Tubes to the BarackBerry: Net Neutrality as an Illustration of Talking Technology in Washington, invited talk, Harvard Center for Research on Computation and Society, Feb. 2009.

What Your Broadband Provider Knows About Your Web Use: Deep Packet Inspection and Communications Laws and Policies, testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet, Jul. 2008.

Location-Based Services, panel presentation, Federal Trade Commission (FTC) workshop entitled Beyond Voice: Mapping the Mobile Marketplace, May 2008.

Spyware – What AGs Need to Know About this Problem, panel presentation, National Association of Attorneys General Summer Meeting, Jun. 2006.